Translation of sorghum in Spanish:


sorgo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsɔrɡəm//ˈsɔːɡəm/


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    sorgo masculine
    zahína feminine
    • Use less nitrogen for corn or grain sorghum after soybean or alfalfa in rotation.
    • Avoid planting corn or grain sorghum immediately adjacent to infested wheat fields.
    • These grains include sorghum, soybeans, rice, corn, buckwheat and others.
    • Millet and sorghum are common grains available throughout northern regions.
    • Instead, they grow grain sorghum and wheat with rest periods in between.
    • Most, but not all, top producers no-till grain sorghum into wheat stubble and soybean stubble.
    • The most common foods are beans, corn, peas, millet, sorghum, cassava, sweet potatoes, and bananas.
    • They grow maize, sorghum, cassava, sweet potatoes and also rear domesticated animals like goats, pigs and chicken.
    • They also eat grains such as Chinese sorghum, corn, millet, oats, and buckwheat.
    • Their main meals consist of a heavy porridge made of flour from such grains as millet, sorghum, or corn.
    • The staple foods of the Hutu include beans, corn, millet, sorghum, sweet potatoes, and cassava.
    • Brewing materials such as maize, sorghum and finger millet were in abundance in the area but were now being ferried to a neighbouring country.
    • It is also easier to manage damage by grain-feeding birds on semidwarf cultivars of sorghum and pearl millet.
    • Most producers will opt for a spring planted crop such as corn, grain sorghum, proso millet, or sunflower.
    • The staple grains are millets; 80% of Yemen's grain production is either sorghum or broomcorn millet.
    • The major grain for consumption is maize, although in parts of the Zambezi Valley millet and sorghum are the principle grains.
    • The corn leaf aphid can be found on corn, sorghum, wheat and barley in Nebraska.
    • Greenbugs feed on a variety of grass crops, including wheat, oats, barley, rye and sorghum.
    • The major agricultural products are wheat, rice, barley, corn, sorghum, sugarcane, potatoes, and fruits.
    • The main beneficiaries of the bill are US producers of corn, sorghum, barley, wheat soybeans, oilseeds, cotton and rice.